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This story wasn’t as funny as Half-Moon Hollow, but I enjoyed the story. Molly Harper knows how to entertain, without making the story so complex. It’s a light read with some chuckles along the way.
This story featured Maureen “Mo” Duvall-Weinsten moving to Alaska after her fiancé dumped her for no real reason. She wanted a freash start and just picked Alaska to get away from her ex and her hippy parents. She begins working at a saloon and since she is in small town named Grundy, all the local bachelors come sniffing around. Cooper Graham is a local who can’t seem to stop coming around Mo, but he keeps saying things to convey his dislike of “non-locals”. Cooper was like the kindergarten boy who likes a girl, so he pulls her hair, pushes her down and just picks on her. Mo hates that she is attracted to the one man who is mean to her, but then keeps kissing her. To top off, she finds out he is werewolf. What’s a girl to do?
I tried reading this book twice, but couldn’t get into. So I tried the audio and narrator Amanda Ronconi brought it to life. She has great voices and she just entertained me the entire book. I think I will keep going with this series, but on audio.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
This was a re-listen for me. I love all things Molly Harper/Amanda Ronconi and this series is a favorite. I love how strong Mo is, she moved to Alaska where she knew no one and she found her place right away. Cooper tried hard to be the jerk but he just isn't. The chemistry between them was great. I love the humor and sarcasm throughout this book. This book leaves me smiling every time I finish it!
Amanda Ronconi is seriously perfect for the sarcastic funny characters in this book. No one else will ever do for a Molly Harper book!
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